Jaqueline always beat her brother Gerard Rochey at fencing. When their dad is killed on the sword of the men of cardinal Mazarin, who rules during the minority of Louis XIV as his regent the queen-mother cares little for politics, and Gerard thrown in the royal Paris dungeons where his evil eminence presides over a satanic order of knights which honors king nor God, she tries to join the musketeers who guard it, cross-dressing as recruit Jaques Leponte, and succeeds by cheating at a sword-duel against D'Artagnan, cocky son of, who with is friends Siroc and Ramon just pissed off limping Captain Duvall who already put them on punitive prison cleaning duty for brawling with Mazarin's men. Thus they find her brother is unjustly imprisoned there, and one of the live guinea-pigs of the order's vile experiments, so they use one of Siroc's inventions, an unfinished flying machine, to free him so he can escape to colonial America. D'Artagnan learns she's a girl but accepts to keep quit, and ... Written by
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Ramon Montalvo Francisco de la Cruz
[referring to coffee
Come and try this brown drink, I'm on my sixth bowl already, it's fantastic! I've been rhapsodizing for an hour now!
Seems more like two hours.